Clintord I – not in use


VIDEO from winning Holsteiner stallion performance test as a 3 yr old.

VIDEO from Europe as 7 yr old.

VIDEO World Cup Qualifier 2014 HITS Thermal

VIDEO HITS Thermal AIG $1Million


Fresh:   Fee $2,000; live foal guarantee
Frozen: Fee $700/per dose, $2,500/4 doses; no  guarantee

Cross Creek Farms imported the licensed Holsteiner stallion Clintord I as a young 8 year old to the US in mid 2011 as a future international level Grand Prix prospect. He brought with him sterling credentials: winner as a 3 year old of the Holsteiner 70-day stallion testing with scores of 10 in jumping, and already a popular sire of more than 600 foals in Europe. His education as a show jumper in Europe had been delayed due to his high demand in the breeding shed. Since his arrival in California he has moved steadily up the ranks, still learning his trade but earning prizes in the grand prix classes. He successfully competed at 1.6m level in World Cup Qualifiers and the HITS Thermal $1Million. In mid-2015 he sustained an injury that interrupted his career; now two years later he is just now returning to competition.

Clintord I is descended from the finest Holsteiner lineage.  His sire Clinton I was a highly successful international show jumper, two-time winner of the Swedish Derby, 2nd in the World Cup competition at Oslo, multiple wins in Nations Cup competitions, as well as high placements in significant Grand Prix classes including Aachen, Aahus, Dortmund, Bordeaux, Helsinki and Berlin. Total winnings exceed  200,000 Euros with rider Thomas Voss. Two full siblings of Clinton I have won at Grand Prix level and S *** level. Six offspring of the exceptional mare Waage, dam line 4965, have been successful at the German Young Horse Championships. The actual estimation of Clinton’s breeding value is 150 points. Clintord’s dam Miss Monica carries the top blood of Caletto I and Lord. Great grand dam Hilgunde and Caletto I provided the Holstein stallion Cambridge, line 1947. For years Cambridge has sustained a top position in the FN estimation of breeding values.

Clintord I confirms his excellent jumping pedigree by exhibiting outstanding ability and technique. He completed his 30 day performance test with an overall score of 8.58 and in the discipline of show jumping he achieved a score of 9.36. Afterwards he was the winner of the 70-day performance test with a show jumping score of 146, including several perfect scores of 10 for jumping technique.

Clintord I is a beautifully balanced stallion combining elegance with power, scope, and stride. He has an intelligent and willing temperament and is a gentleman in the stable. This extraordinary stallion is now accessible to North American breeders. Highly sought after as a breeding stallion in Europe, his offspring are now approaching maturity and we have spotted several beautiful athletes via YouTube. We are especially proud of his three year old son, Clifton Ask, who was awarded premium and champion of the jumping stallions in the December 2012 Danish Warmblood Stallion Licensing. And new accolades go to his daughter, Celebrity T, who just topped the three year old mares in the Katrinelund Danish Warmblood Jumping Performance Trials in October 2013.  Check out the videos below of Clifton Ask, Celebrity T,  and some other handsome offspring sired by Clintord I as examples of the quality and athleticism he is capable of siring.



  • Video Clifton Ask by Clintord I
  • Video Clifton Ask by Clintord I
  • Video Celebrity T by Clintord I
  • Video Kat Nr. 70 by Clintord I
  • Video Kat Nr. 70 by Clintord I
  • Video Capt Jack Sparrow by Clintord I
  • Video Wallach 2009 by Clintord I
  • Video Clintord I ex Levantos
  • Video 2010 Clintord I + Calvados
  • Video Crigolo by Clintord I
  • Video Clintord I/Contendro I

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